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Malleable Finding Aids [chapter]

Scott R. Anderson, Robert B. Allen
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Finally, we explore the implications of Malleable Finding Aids for collections which are richly inter-linked and which support a fully social Archival Commons.  ...  We show a prototype implementation of a Wiki-based Malleable Finding Aid that provides features to support user engagement and we discuss the contribution of individual features such as graphical representations  ...  Towards Malleable Finding Aids There have been increasing calls for an archival commons.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-33290-6_43 fatcat:i5xopom2crhcdf4g67ac5hhk2i

Malleable nickel

1883 Journal of the Franklin Institute  
Malleable Nickel. 465 Origin of Thermo-Electrieity.--The thermo-electrie batteries, and especially those of M.  ...  Exner has just shown that it is due to oxidation by the air, aided by the heat; and that if this action was prevented, by the use of nitrogen~ for example, the electric current would not be formed.  ...  Gamier finds that phosphorus serves both of these purposes very satisfactorily, producing effects analogous to those of carbon in iron.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0016-0032(83)90255-7 fatcat:ewlhvq2y4fh6jpwx3q3ag6xnqi

Movements of submerged bodies

1883 Journal of the Franklin Institute  
Malleable Nickel. 465 Origin of Thermo-Electrieity.--The thermo-electrie batteries, and especially those of M.  ...  Exner has just shown that it is due to oxidation by the air, aided by the heat; and that if this action was prevented, by the use of nitrogen~ for example, the electric current would not be formed.  ...  Gamier finds that phosphorus serves both of these purposes very satisfactorily, producing effects analogous to those of carbon in iron.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0016-0032(83)90254-5 fatcat:k5yzw2igpjcejn5aiojpbudkti

Origin of thermo-electricity

1883 Journal of the Franklin Institute  
Malleable Nickel. 465 Origin of Thermo-Electrieity.--The thermo-electrie batteries, and especially those of M.  ...  Exner has just shown that it is due to oxidation by the air, aided by the heat; and that if this action was prevented, by the use of nitrogen~ for example, the electric current would not be formed.  ...  Gamier finds that phosphorus serves both of these purposes very satisfactorily, producing effects analogous to those of carbon in iron.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0016-0032(83)90253-3 fatcat:jctk4psljrfwpdzg7x3esc3oha

Page 167 of Naval Engineers Journal Vol. 11, Issue 1 [page]

1899 Naval Engineers Journal  
The whole theory of the malleable process is to decarbonize the metal through the aid of an oxidizing reagent, and this is brought about by the use of prepared packing in some  ...  z.s pncanueeadenrcioneusoseaee 46,600 5-53 0.73 0.48 34 © ..ceseccosencocovevssescedacere 45,000 4.50 0.80 0.40 50 In the following heats the percentage of silicon excluded has been low, and we still find  ... 

Page 97 of Metal Progress Vol. 19, Issue [page]

1931 Metal Progress  
It finds wide applica the food, chemical, mining, building, and industries because of its rustless and nn resisting properties. falleable Nickel..  ...  -Malleable sheet nickel is wr dairy equipment, fish packaging equip- hotel and restaurant kitchen equipment, woking utensils.  ... 

Page 305 of American Repertory of Arts, Science, and Manufactures Vol. 1, Issue 4 [page]

1840 American Repertory of Arts, Science, and Manufactures  
By their aid, the philosopher will be enabled henceforth to proceed on the principle of absolute intensities ; he will com- pare lights b their effects.  ...  If he find it useful, the same tablet will pre- sent him with the impression of the dazzling beams of the sun, and with: the penciling of rays three hundred thousand times fainter than these ot the moon—the  ... 

Page 243 of Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences Vol. 45, Issue 8 [page]

1955 Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences  
In a patent to McCarroll and Vennerholm (37) one finds an early version.  ...  The temper carbon aiding this development of ductility yet interfering with the full realiza- tion of the inherent strength of the steel matrix as in all cast irons, comprises more or less rounded graphite  ... 

Page 377 of JAMA Ophthalmology Vol. 59, Issue 3 [page]

1958 JAMA Ophthalmology  
that aids in holding the visual axes parallel.  ...  Such an ending is suggestive that the compensatory abnor- mal A:AC finds itself no longer useful post- operatively and consequently adjusts itself toward normal.  ... 

Page 40 of Chemical Engineering Vol. 13, Issue 1 [page]

1915 Chemical Engineering  
the other party makes a certain cast- ing with 0.90 silicon while he finds it necessary to make it with 0.60 silicon.  ...  The lines here given have been confirmed by plotting hundreds of analyses of mixtures of known chill and normal pouring tempera- ture and the chart has been found a valuable aid in practical work.  ... 

Page 206 of Penn Monthly: Devoted to Literature, Art, Science and Politics Vol. 2, Issue [page]

1871 Penn Monthly: Devoted to Literature, Art, Science and Politics  
on both sides of your knife, or in other words, whether it is brittle or malleable.  ...  Now these are observations which every one can make with the aid of a small pocket-knife in three minutes, and it reduces the mineral in question to one of these seven—obsidian, (natu- ral glass,) quartz  ... 

Page 138 of Knowledge : A Monthly Record of Science Vol. 4, Issue 96 [page]

1883 Knowledge : A Monthly Record of Science  
It is easily seen how such conduct by aiding the development of the race aids the development of the con- duct itself by which that result is favoured.  ...  ., the nickel is soft and very malleable; above this quantity the hardness increases at the expense of the malleability.  ... 

Page 123 of The American Magazine Vol. 15, Issue 1 [page]

1883 The American Magazine  
nearly identical, but not precisely ; for instance, we should find that in the first list iron would stand above -copper, but in the second iron would be placed below copper, being less malleable, although  ...  at ordinary temperatures, becomes ex- tremely plastic and ductile when heated, and so great is its ductility that a glass tube may be drawn out at a moderately high temperature, and that without the aid  ... 

Page 301 of The Foundry Trade Journal Vol. 29, Issue 399 [page]

1924 The Foundry Trade Journal  
It was carried on without the aid of the metal- lurgist by men with no knowledge whatever of chemistry; of course, he was not belittling the metallurgists, because he recognised that thev benefited the  ...  Average Tests from Malleable. Me. H. O. Suater asked Mr.  ... 

Epilogue

Mary Pat Moeller, J. Bruce Tomblin
2015 Ear and Hearing  
2) What malleable factors can be addressed to promote success through implementation of best practices?  ...  The primary purpose of the epilogue article is to synthesize the key findings from the Outcomes of Children with Hearing Loss (OCHL) study by presenting a set of ten major conclusions.  ...  Conclusion 10 : 10 The hypothesized model is supported by the findings of this study.  ... 
doi:10.1097/aud.0000000000000214 pmid:26731162 pmcid:PMC4704116 fatcat:wkmnyaaz5bc35nxtrq2tylqmzm
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